For the Fall 2020 semester, this program will be delivered entirely through remote learning. View delivery modes for all programs.
- Produce creative writing in at least three genres and forms drawn from the areas of poetry, fiction, drama, creative non-fiction, children's literature, graphic novels, film and review.
- Apply specialized knowledge in a specific genre and medium.
- Evaluate your own work and that of others with a view to providing and receiving peer criticism for the purposes of revision.
- Interpret texts critically and analytically from a range of literary, cultural and historical traditions and precedents.
- Compile a professional manuscript ready for publication in select genres.
- Apply knowledge and skills specific to the (self-)publishing industry, including editing and the editorial process, production, formatting, design, marketing and supply chain management.
- Model a professional attitude with a willingness to collaborate and to listen and respond to constructive criticism.
- Implement the appropriate technological, applied and creative problem-solving tools to create and publish your own works.
- Foster and support a literary community by developing a presence in emergent media and across a variety of platforms.
- Articulate how socially constructed views and identities contribute to the production of diverse voices in yourself and other writers.